On the Universe.

The current thinking in cosmology is that quantum fluctuations are temporary changes in the amount of energy in a point in space, and that they are a consequence of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. However, it is important to note that these fluctuations do not necessarily imply something coming from nothing. In other words. The idea that particles come into and out of existence due to quantum fluctuations is often used to explain certain phenomena in physics, such as the spontaneous emission of particles by a black hole. This doesn't mean that particles are created from nothing. Rather, these particles are generated from the energy that is already present in the system. So what started the fluctuations? This is the question of all questions in cosmology (a fancy name for biology). One theory is that fluctuations are a result of the random nature of quantum mechanics and they have always existed. My goodness. Another theory is that fluctuations are a consequence of the initial conditions of the universe, such as the state of matter and energy at the time of the Big Bang. Man, man, man. Some others will say that it may be difficult if not impossible to answer this question as it leads to the recursive, chicken-and-egg problem. Kuckeliku. As usual it will be appreciated that I don't subscribe to such flawed thinking. I say Truth is simple (there is only one Theory) but it appears complex purposely so (there is only one Theoretical Purpose). The origin of Self is Self not wanting to be by itself and the purpose of Self is Companionship otherwise called Love. What it means is that Self is in constant motion so to be able to experience constant Companionship/Love. As the scriptures correctly so proclaim: it is not good for One to be alone (Genesis 2:18) and all Diversity is Conceived for Companionship/Love (1 Corinthians 12:12-27) hence the why of Love each other (John 13:35, John 15:17). In nuce. All this* so not to be alone, all this for Companionship, Friendship, Love. (* Life, the World, the Universe)
~ Wald Wassermann, Physicist